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    Is there anywhere online that gives a listing of currently running photography exhibitions in London, I'm going tomorrow [ and I've lost my copy of Black and White photography that gives a listing ]

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    Hoopers Gallery at 15 Clerkenwell Close is worth a visit. The current exhibition is by 4 photographers from Romania, California, Ireland and England. It's a mix of colour and black and white. There is a show of Edward Westons work I think in the Barbican and the Photographers Gallery in Great Newport Street is always worth a look. The best place of all IMO is the Victoria and Albert Museum, they have a print room on the 5th floor and probably the best collection of prints by the masters that can be found anywhere. It's worth the visit, I go every time I have a few hours to spare when I'm in London.

    Have a great time

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    Thanks for the info Les, I've just found them all on the web.

    http://www.hoopersgallery.co.uk
    http://www.photonet.org.uk
    http://www.barbican.org.uk

    V+A are on my list too, they are showing Brandt.
    http://www.vam.ac.uk

    All that and a trip to Silverprint will keep me happy!

    Cheers



 

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